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March 30, 2017
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And the winners areWomen have come a long way (don't say 'baby') - and they're not slowing down. The credentials of this year's top 50, including 13 newcomers, are the strongest yet. (more)


Twelve of the Most Powerful Women are also among the best-compensated, including eBay's Meg Whitman, who took home a cool $11 million. Which corporate women raked in even more last year? (more)

Women make up only one out of six company directors. Does that affect corporate performance? (more)

The biggest problem for Wal-Mart and others facing job discrimination suits isn't their policies, it's their managers' unwitting preferences. (more)
After saving Xerox, Anne Mulcahy and Ursula Burns face a new challenge: sharing power and surviving succession. (more)
Can CEO Angela Ahrendts supercharge the brand whose ubiquitous check has lost its cachet? (more)
In honor of our 10th edition of the Most Powerful Women list, here are highlights of Fortune's coverage from 1985 to today. (more)

A 50-something reader who found she couldn't 'have it all' asks Fortune's Anne Fisher if her daughter can expect better career rewards. (more)

The executives on our Most Powerful Women list got where they are by making gutsy moves. Do you have the nerve to succeed? (more)

Source: archive.fortune.com
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